Wisdom Foundation (IWF)
is a registered NGO (Registration No.: S/488/Dist.South /2011) based in
New Delhi, with a branch office in Aligarh (the epicentre of most
activities). The prime motive of this organization is to ensure
that poor students continue their studies until they gain respectable
employment. The model includes networking benevolent earning members of
the society and charity organizations to pool ideas and resources,
formulate efficient projects, establish activity centres to manage
those projects effectively, track the academic progress of each
beneficiary, monitor all activities to ensure that each penny
contributed by the donor is used in the best way possible.
In association with Aaghaz Foundation, The Aligarh Forum, and The Aligarh Alumni Association, Washington, DC, they have established a Counselling and Guidance Centre in Lucknow which trains graduates for entrance exams for banking and public sector jobs. In association with Bihar Anjuman, they provide coaching to govt. school students of grades 8, 9, and 10 who could otherwise have dropped out.
The Aligarh Forum
[http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thealigarhforum/] provides a platform to
all- who are inspired by Sir Syed Ahmad khan's Aligarh Movement, who
aspire and desire to work for the betterment of his Movement's
embodiment, The Aligarh Muslim university as well as for promoting
enlightened ideals of education, research and service to the community.
They welcome all who wish to promote these ethos through their valuable
In association with Aaghaz Foundation, they have established a Counselling and Guidance Centre in Lucknow which trains graduates for entrance exams for banking and public sector jobs. In association with Bihar Anjuman, they provide coaching to govt. school students of grades 8, 9, and 10 who could otherwise have dropped out.
Aligarh Alumni Association is a registered organization in Washington DC, which connects the alumni of AMU with a view to promote the values learnt in their alma mater. They help students studying in AMU with scholarship grants, and also help other educational instituitions that act as feeders for AMU. In association with The Aligarh Forum [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/thealigarhforum/], they have already helped thousands of students, and are raising their grants every year. In association with Aaghaz Foundation, they have established a Counselling and Guidance Centre in Lucknow which trains graduates for entrance exams for banking and public sector jobs.
Aaghaz Foundation is a non-governmental organization set up in in October 2004. It is a Lucknow-based community driven organisation committed to the cause of providing education to under privileged Muslim students. Unable to meet the high costs, every year thousands of Muslim children are forced to discontinue their education. A recent study suggests that the school drop out rate is highest among Muslim children (Justice Sachhar Report). Aaghaz members are drawn from various walks of life and include an eclectic mix of professionals, executives, businessmen, journalists and educationists
IMEFNA), Chicago, founded by Dr. Khursheed Mallick Sb, is coaching the high school students under the name of Upward Bound Program at Delhi, Aligarh, Patna, Muzaffarpur and Bharuch. IMEFNA also manages learning centres in many Indian cities, providing basic facilities to prepare for competitive exams, like books, computers with internet connectivity to the financially weak. They have also established a GAIN centre (Guidance And Information Center) in Delhi to properly guide the students about different options and opportunities available in education and also to pass on the necessary information about various government/NGO/private organizations schemes of financial support.
Imarat Shariah Bihar, Jharkhand & Orissa is a unique and un-parallel socio religious organization of Muslim Ummah belonging to the state of Bihar, Jharkhand & Orissa in particular and other parts of the Indian sub continent in general, situated in the township of Phulwari Sharif, Patna, the Capital of Bihar (India). It came into being in the year 1921 based on the cardinal principles of Islam and its shariat laws. It is universally accepted reality that Islam is a complete code of life, the latest order to be followed by human being as ordained by the Almighty Allah. It does not prescribed only the ways and process of in visual worship and prayer to be adopted by its followers rather the law of shariat which is based on principles of collectivism, cover all of human activities in the religious , social cultural and political fields . There is no place for individual life in Islam. The study of the Holy Quran and the life of our beloved Prophet expressly reveals that the principle of collective life is the living spirit and is an axis around which the entire Islamic order revolves. As a matter of fact this features of Islamic distinguishes it from all other religions and it is also an open secret that the teaching of our beloved Prophet (PBUH) and its adoption of his followers brought about a sea change in the lives and behavior of slaves Arabian tribes. The country old enmity and hatred prevalent among different tribes were transformed into mutual cooperation , brotherly life and oneness on the basis of pious kalima.
The saddest places on earth are graveyards. Not because people are buried there, but because dreams, talents and purposes that never came to fruition are buried there. Graveyards are filled with books that were never written, songs that were never sung, words that were never spoken, things that were never done.
You have talents and gifts that no one else can offer. There are things you can do that no one else is capable of doing quite the way YOU can do them. Don't rob this earth of your purpose by taking it to your grave.
You see, we all have a purpose, a reason for living, breathing and existing. We all have unique talents and gifts that were created and given to us to be shared. Our task is to understand this and figure out what our purpose is.
You can become as small as your controlling desire, or as great as your dominant aspiration.